Assertive Community Treatment Program

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program serves San Bernardino County residents, ages 18 and up. ACT provides a system of care to those ready to transition from a locked facility into a lower level of care. DBH contracts with Telecare Corporation of Alameda, CA to provide 24/7 community-based clinical interventions and support for mentally ill consumers who were formerly residents of institutes of mental disease (IMDs), state hospitals, and Augmented Board and Care facilities. The goal of the program is to promote recovery, help people live successfully in the community, and decrease the need for acute care hospitalization.

This program helps clients to make strides toward achieving their personal recovery goals, while avoiding unnecessary psychiatric hospitalization. Key components of the ACT model are treatment and support services that are individualized and guided by the individual’s hopes, dreams and goals for behavioral health and overall wellness.

Referrals are made only through the Adult Residential Services Clinic Long Term Case Manager at (909) 421-9495.

ACT

SAN BERNARDINO
Assertive Community Treatment Program
2080 South E Street
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Ph: (909) 388-9191